Wikipedia Toolbar for Internet Explorer is great for quick lookups on the popular online encyclopedia and much more. Before you begin, you'll need to select from the assortment of languages Wikipedia offers. After that, simply type your term in the address bar, and the page you want is instantly opened. You can also do a Google-powered search of your term. The toolbar features links to Wikipedia's latest news and random and featured articles, and includes a button with links to iTunes, Amazon, and other sites. You'll be happy to know that you pick and choose what will stay on the bar and what goes.
Added perks include a pop-up blocker and tracks cleaner to instantly clear your browser's cache, history, and cookies. If those features don't please you, the e-mail alerts will. Just add your Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail, or POP3 address and log-in name; the program will play a default sound or any audio from your system whenever an e-mail hits your in-box. Wikipedia Toolbar for IE has a mini forecaster right on the toolbar to keep you abreast of weather conditions. Any Wikipedia lover will adore this free add-on and its sagacious extras.
The new Wikipedia Toolbar allows you to search and access Wikipedia content from anywhere on the Web. It also includes our unique Privacy Protector with pop-up blocker, cookie cleaner, history eraser and a cache cleaner. The E-Mail notifier adds amazing functionality by notifying you of new mails from your POP3, Yahoo, Hotmail & Gmail accounts.
Wikipedia toolbar is easy to install and guaranteed spy-ware free. You can search Google, dictionary, news, images, stocks and weather information right from your toolbar.